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International Languages – Elementary/African Heritage Programs
As of Sept 2019, we will no longer be offering the integrated model in the International Languages – Elementary African Heritage (ILE/AH) Program. An optional after school ILE/AH program will be available to all JK to Grade 8 students, in schools that previously offered the integrated model. This program is designed to give students the opportunity to appreciate other cultures and learn additional languages of their choice. Classes run for 2.5 hours every week for 30 weeks from September to May. No previous knowledge of a language is required. Please note that a minimum of 23 students is required to open a class. More Information: ILE/AH – English and ILE/AH – Chinese.
If you live in the Jean Lumb Public School attendance area, registration Information is now available on the school website. NOTE: if you would like your child to remain at their current school, please complete the optional attendance form by February 15, 2019.

Ryerson Community School (GR. JK-08)

"Ryerson Community School...Where you belong"
Egerton Ryerson, the founder of Ontario's public education system, founded Ryerson Community School in 1877.   Ryerson studied various education systems in the U.S., England, and Europe and combined the best of these to develop his own system in Ontario.  Today, Ryerson Community School is a vibrant and diverse K to 8 school, both culturally and linguistically. We are the 1999 recipients of the Ruth Atkinson Hindmarsh Award for excellence in community based programming. In 2008, Ryerson received the prestigious Anne Hope Award for our commitment to promoting social justice, human rights, and anti-racist education. We celebrated our 125th Anniversary Celebration in 2002.  Our motto is "Ryerson Community School...Where you belong."
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This school was involved in a Program Area Review. View the latest information shared with the community or visit our review page for further information.

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To enable all students to reach high levels of achievement and well-being
and to acquire the knowledge, skills
and values they need to become responsible, contributing members of
a democratic and sustainable society.
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